Nowra agri-business hub to create jobs and opportunities
Business people, entrepreneurs and students in Nowra will get access to cutting-edge university technology and research to support their agri-business.
Applied technologies trial to be expanded nationally
Australian workers will be ‘paid to learn’ if they take part in an innovative, nation-wide, multi-university course teaching the latest in disruptive technologies and en
Pilot to take hydrogen energy forward in Warrnambool
Warrnambool will become an alternate energy powerhouse creating new jobs and business opportunities for locals in green energy.
Additional training to keep SA naval shipbuilders in work
South Australia’s shipbuilding workforce will get training to increase their employability and better support the local industry and shipbuilding program.
Investing in future energy storage technologies
The Morrison Government is funding research into energy storage and production which will reduce power bills and help protect the environment.
Unfair contract term protections
The Morrison Coalition Government is committed to protecting small businesses from unfair contract terms (UCT).
Skilled migration to boost access to emerging occupations
The Morrison Government is responding to changing workforce needs by inviting stakeholders to provide their feedback in the review of the skilled migration occupation lists.
Summer Camp brings curious young minds to Canberra
More than 60 of Australia’s most promising female students are in Canberra to explore their passion for science, technology, engineering and maths (STEM) at the Curious Minds Summer Camp…
A new declaration for the next decade of education
Australia’s education system has been given a fresh set of guiding principles with a new education declaration endorsed by all education ministers in Alice Springs today.
Industry pilots announced for Youth Jobs PaTH
The Morrison Government has announced it will be partnering with nine organisations that will pilot industry-led employment pathways to help young people into work.
Getting results for Australian students
Minister for Education Dan Tehan said the states and territories had backed our plan to improve student outcomes at today’s Education Council meeting in Alice Springs.
CDU expansion secures NAIF conditional approval